Teleca Announces Development of Platform for SiriusXM Radio
Solution showcases Teleca's expertise with Android IP integration
Seattle - February 8, 2011 Teleca, a world-leading supplier of embedded software solutions for
the consumer electronics, automotive and mobile industries, today announced the development
of an Android platform solution for use in SiriusXM's next generation vehicle, portable and home
"SiriusXM continues to develop innovative products that allow our subscribers to experience the
best audio entertainment available," said Sean Gibbons, vice president of product marketing for
SiriusXM's aftermarket division. "We were impressed with Teleca's experience with the Android
Operating System and strong background in radio interface integration. Teleca is working with us
to develop a complete platform strategy for delivering our unique and compelling programming to
"The platform we have developed for SiriusXM is an excellent example of Teleca's ability to
seamlessly integrate a customer's IP into a dynamic Android Operating System," said John
Trobough, president, Teleca USA. "Most importantly, the reference application allows SiriusXM
and third-party developers to quickly build out new products and thereby retain their competitive
Teleca will be demonstrating its comprehensive line of solutions at Mobile World Congress in
Barcelona, Hall 8 Stand 8B79, February 14-17.
Teleca is a world-leading supplier of embedded software solutions for a wide range of global
industries including mobile, automotive and consumer electronics. With unique global reach,
Teleca offers fully customized solutions, systems design, integration and testing to help drive
down development time and deliver value. For more information, please visit www.teleca.com.
Teleca working on Android platform for SiriusXM, enabling more Stern on more devices
The details are unfortunately slim on this one, but we have word that satellite radio powerhouse SiriusXM is going Android for at least some of its future mobile offerings. Teleca, a company that works largely behind the scenes developing software for major companies in the mobile and automotive spaces, is peeking its head out from around the edge of the curtain to announce a new platform for SiriusXM based on Android. It will enable support for devices intended for pockets, car dashboards, and home entertainment centers. Sadly, we couldn't get anyone to tell us anything more about those devices, including whether SiriusXM is itself looking to release new hardware or just support more existing solutions, things like Ford's AppLink and Mini Connected. Given the success Pandora has found on that front we'd probably put our money on the latter, but maybe we'll find out which is the safer bet at Mobile World Congress next week.
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